Advanced Lace Knitting

Anne Hanson

Friday AM

An intermediate/advanced class which covers knitted lace (motifs with lace knitting on RS and WS of fabric), chart reading, working with incorporated edgings and knit-on edgings, shaping for shawls of various types, and fielding specific lace knitting questions from students. Students will work through a mini triangle sampler shawl as a class project (pattern provided).

Skill level: Students should have completed at least two beginning/intermediate lace projects, have a complete understanding of increasing/decreasing and intermediate knitting terminology, experience with a variety of lace stitches, and be able to execute a crochet chain stitch.

Material Fee: $0


Student Supplies: Stitch markers, notepad, dental floss or fine cotton yarn (for lifelines), 100 yards of fingering yarn for practice, 300 yards of fingering yarn for class project, size 5 or 6 needles, crochet hook size E or F, and a few yards of smooth scrap yarn in a contrasting color. A magnetic board may be helpful

Homework:  None